USRP1 works just fine with the very-latest Gnu Radio and UHD just fine--I ran one that way just the other night. So you can run build-gnuradio to download the very latest UHD and Gnu Radio and it'll work just fine with both your N210 and your USRP1.
There's absolutely no reason for a new user such as yourself to use any of the "classic" API for USRP1. Just use UHD for everything.
Yes, you should be able to use two uhd_fft.py -- one setup to talk to your N210 and the other setup to talk to your USRP1, that should work just fine.
Thanks a lot for your response.
Last week I tried to install the latest version of GNURadio and UHD with the script provided by Marcus Leech, but I read somewhere that GNURadio version need to be between 3.3 and 3.5 for working with USRP1 because newer version don't use libusrp... It is right?
And it's not a problem to use both USRPs at the same time without conflict? For trying, it is possible to run uhd_fft.py and usrp_fft.py together?
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Objet : Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Use USRP1 and USRP N200 at the same time
On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 01:51:00PM +0100, Noé Beuret wrote:
I’m a student in a telecommunication school and I need to use GNURadio
for a project.
Cool, good luck!
I have two USRP : 1 USRP1 (USB interface) and 1 USRP N200 (ethernet interface).
The USRP1 works with a software that use GNURadio 3.2.2.
...it also works with a current version (unless you've done something super funky to it).
Now, I need to develop an other software with the USRPN200. This
software need to run on the same computer, at same time that the first software.
What GNURadio and UHD version I need? It is possible to keep GNURadio
3.2.2, install UHD and use both USRPs at the same time without conflict?
3.2.2 is ancient. Unless you have a really, really good reason, don't use it. Grab the newest version of both UHD and GNU Radio and *then* start your project.
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